There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self
I compiled all my favorite pictures from France in chronological order with my favorite song that I really think captured the semester. Here it is in one little neat package: http://www.photosnack.com/my-slideshows/details/php3gmi3?jsalbum=1
Well mes amis, we’ve come to the end… It’s been two-ish weeks and it still feels weird to be home. In many ways, I’ve snapped right back into my old self again. I’m of course speaking English 100% of the time (who else in my immediate world speaks French?!) and my vibrant vocabulary which seemed… Continue reading Rambling Thoughts of a Study Abroad Student at Home
Today was my last day in France and it went more wonderfully than I could have ever hoped for. Even though it was pouring buckets, it seemed fitting; it stormed the first full day here, it’s only natural it ended the same way. I will never stop being amazed that the rain here doesn’t phase… Continue reading Last Day in France
A common question I’ve been asked while here has been “are you homesick?” It’s now gotten a new variant “are you even more homesick now because of the holidays?”. All I can say to that is “OF COURSE”. Really, it’s only natural! France has already moved onto Christmas. The lights are… Continue reading No, Not the Holidays!
This is our wonderful little group and our director, who is one of the most amazing people I’ve ever met, while getting dinner in the Latin Quarter. Disregard the very confused looking man on the righthand side.
This photo took so much coercing to get. I hate tourist photos but after some persistence from my room mate, it happened. Fun in the rain on the Seine! Art recreating at the Louvre…no shame. Rainbow after the storm Shakespeare and Co. is now my favorite bookstore in the world The room mate and I… Continue reading More Parisian Fun!!